The property and local attractions

Nearby Attractions

 

Must See and Do

Coraki Holiday Cottages from above.Emu enclosure.Canoeing at sunset.

Playground for children.

Rolling lawns - ideal for that family cricket or football match!

Animal enclosure for our emus and Suffolk sheep.

Canoe, life jackets & paddles available for use.

Abundant native birdlife – a birdwatchers paradise.

Fishing 100m from your doorstep – Bream, King George Whiting, Herring.

The family dog is very welcome by prior arrangement.

 

Visit the Farmers Markets

Walk the Boardwalk

Go on a whale watching cruise

Visit the Albany Wind Farm

See Torndirrup National Park

Visit Whaleworld

Take in the views

Check out local cultural events

Taste fine W.A. wines

Conveniences - The Lower King Store and the Kalgan River Café are only minutes from Coraki.

The Property

Little Beach. Click for larger photo.
Walking in the forest. Click for larger photo.

A few suggestions for exploring the ‘Two Rivers Region’:

Stunning Gull Rock Beach - Great for snorkelling and swimming. Very protected, suitable for small children.

Two People’s Bay Nature Reserve - Home to the very rare Noisy Scrub Bird. Ideal for BBQ’s & picnics, swimming, bushwalking, fishing and nature study. Visit the interpretive Centre.

Little Beach – a short drive from Two People’s Bay. THis is one of Albany’s most stunning beaches – clear turquoise water & white squeaky sand. Great for fishing, walking and body surfing.

Nanarup Beach – the ideal 4wd adventure. Pack up the car and the kids and head out for a day of surfing, fishing, 4wd’ing – Dog friendly too!

Stop for fresh local marron at Nippers Café on the way to Two People’s Bay.

Visit the rustic & charming Nicklup Orchard during the summer months for juicy Peaches, nectarines & apricots.

Walk the Mt Martin Botanic Park Walk Trail at the end of Ledge Beach. 11 km return journey with superb views over King George Sound and Emu Point.

The 9 km Luke Pen Walk will take you on an approximately 4 hour return walk along the banks of the Kalgan River.